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Below is a playlist of some of my favorite wintertime “Driving Pagosa Springs” videos. My favorites still  include my drive up Indian Land Road after a heavy snow along with Snowball Road, Wolf Creek Pass and Navajo River Road. Thank you for visiting my website and please call me if you are interested in purchasing property here.

Enjoy!

Driving Pagosa Springs Winter Videos

MLS:       579539
Acres:     40
SF:          1860
Price:     $525,000

Looking for a house on acreage in one of Pagosa’s most beautiful areas? Introducing the Engle home in Navajo Peak Ranch in Chromo, Colorado. Built by the current owners, this 1860 square foot cabin offer the peace and tranquillity you desire in a mountain home. This property offers epic views of the Banded Peaks and has plenty of extra room to build another home and barn. The property features two gravity-fed ponds which have been recently improved. It also offers varied terrain with pastures, mature pines and gorgeous aspen groves. Below are interior and exterior pictures of the property for you to peruse including video showing the drive from Hwy 84 to the Navajo Peak Ranch entrance, a video showing the drive from the ranch entrance to the home and a video showing the drive from the back of the property up to the home.

Feel free to contact me or your personal Pagosa Springs Realtor for a personal tour of this amazing opportunity.

Navajo Peak Ranch Plat Map
Navajo Peak Ranch Covenants
More details about the home from the Pagosa Springs MLS

 

Driving Video from Lot Rear to Home

Driving Navajo Peak Ranch

Driving Navajo River Road

Interior Photos

Exterior Photos


We sold this home for $255,000 on November 19, 2012.
MLS 671808
1490 Shenandoah Drive
3.3 Wooded Acres
4 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 2 Car Garage
$279,000

Let’s face it. You don’t move all the way to Pagosa Springs, Colorado to settle for road noise and neighbors right on top of you. Introducing 1490 Shenandoah Drive in Holiday Acres, a fabulous country home on 3.3 wooded acres 903 square feet of covered decking, four bedrooms, two baths and a two car garage. Heating includes forced air along with a fireplace and wood burning stove. Very few other homes on at least three acres of this caliber available for less than $300,000. Below are featured pictures of the home with additional photos of the interior, decking and exterior below the videos. The first video is a walk-through of the home detailing the room dimensions. I also included videos of the drive into and out of the home within the Holiday Acres subdivision as well as video of the drive from Holiday Acres into downtown Pagosa Springs.

More details of 1490 Shenandoah Drive on my website
1490 Shenandoah Drive on Realtor.com

Driving to 1490 Shenandoah Drive from the Holiday Acres Entrance at Hwy 84

Driving from 1490 Shenandoah Drive to Hwy 84

Driving into town from Holiday Acres via Hwy 84 and Hot Springs Blvd.

This is the view you will see when you are backing your moving truck to 1490 Shenandoah Drive

This is what a four year old would see while spinning around on the property.

Interior Photos

Deck Photos

Exterior Photos

Pagosa’s Snowball Road is one of the most beautiful drives close to town and the pictures and videos below showcase just how much snow you can expect to see on this amazing drive.

 

 

I missed much of the fall colors this year because my grandmother was gravely ill in Kentucky. So we packed the kids in the car and visited with her for two weeks in her home and the hospital. I took the pictures below on my first day back in Pagosa Springs. They are all taken up Nipple Mountain Road (FS Road 665) or the small Forest Service roads that branch off of it.

Unfortunately, I spent the rest of the week locked in the office playing catch up on the real estate business and had to watch the colors from my office window.

More Fall Colors Photos & Videos

  

Hey, that's Pagosa Springs in the distance.

Katriel playing in the leaves.

More Fall Colors Photos & Videos

We had another perfect day for our annual Fourth of July parade here in Pagosa Springs with less heat than last year’s parade.  Below are photos and videos of this year’s parade taken from my spot just outside of Jim Smith Realty.  The video is four parts this year if you can believe that (Still waiting on YouTube to load Part 3 correctly.  The videos are listed first (with participants listed below each video with the time points they appear on the parade route for quicker access coming soon) with highlighted photos are posted below the videos with even more photos listed in the thumbnails at the bottom of the page.

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Piedra Road is a beautiful drive in Pagosa Springs from HWY 160 all the way up to Williams Creek Reservoir.   Below are pictures I took on New Years Day 2001 after a heavy snowfall.  Enjoy the pictures and be sure to watch the videos as well including our latest “Driving Pagosa Springs” video showing the massive amounts of snow up near the lake.  More “All Things Pagosa” snow-related stories.

You can also check out this area in the fall in our Pagosa Springs Fall Colors — Upper Piedra Road post.


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I shot this great video during Christmas 2008 during a big snowstorm.  It’s been very popular on my “All Things Pagosa” YouTube channel and we thought we’d share it with here one more time.  My favorite part of the video is minute 1:45 when the little girl reaches for the snow and she’s disappointed because the snow melts in her hands which are warm from the hot springs.   If you feel you can’t get enough, check out the video I prepared of my drive to the office that morning below the Pagosa Hot Springs video.


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I started the “Driving Pagosa Springs” video series one after hearing time and time again from Pagosa property buyers about what an area looks like.  And I was pretty sure that Google wasn’t going to bring their Street View team to our little town anytime soon.

I’ve had mostly favorable reaction to the series — mostly from Pagosa diaspora.  They comment about how much they miss Pagosa and watching the videos help feel like they are home again.

I got the idea based on the popularity of our Pagosa Springs web cams.  Believe it or not, I regularly get calls telling us that a particular camera is not working properly (mostly in the winter when the snow weighs down the camera and makes a repair difficult) and the caller needs it up right away so they can get through their day in whatever office cubicle they want to momentarily escape from.

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